2017 BET Awards
Bruce Springsteen Extends 'Dream' Tour
In addition to previously announced U.S. dates, Springsteen and his band will also perform for fans in Nashville; Tampa, Fla.; Sunrise, Fla.; Greenville, S.C.; Chicago; Philadelphia; St. Louis; Kansas City, Mo; Washington, D.C.; Charlotte, N.C.; New York; Cleveland; Auburn Hills, Mich.; and Milwaukee.
Multiple night engagements include back-to-back concerts at Philadelphia’s Wachovia Spectrum from Oct. 13-14, and two nights at Madison Square Garden from Nov. 7-8. The Boss’ upcoming North American jaunt currently has dates booked through Nov. 15 at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.
As previously reported, Springsteen announced on May 21 at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J., that he and his band would play multiple shows at Giants Stadium in New Jersey this fall. The first of five concerts at Giants Stadium begins Sept. 30.
Springsteen and his band have spent their summer appearing at multiple large-scale international music festivals, including Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tenn., and Glastonbury in the United Kingdom. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are currently on tour in Europe through the beginning of August.